The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics

The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics An extraordinary philosopher and writer Gordon explores the philosophical milieu that led to the marginal revolution and the development of the Austrian School He contrasts this with the positivism a

  • Title: The Philosophical Origins of Austrian Economics
  • Author: DavidGordon
  • ISBN: 9780945466147
  • Page: 188
  • Format: Paperback
  • An extraordinary philosopher and writer, Gordon explores the philosophical milieu that led to the marginal revolution and the development of the Austrian School He contrasts this with the positivism and historicism of the dominant part of the profession Recommended by Barry Smith as a useful and clearly written study of the philosophical origins of Menger s theorizing inAn extraordinary philosopher and writer, Gordon explores the philosophical milieu that led to the marginal revolution and the development of the Austrian School He contrasts this with the positivism and historicism of the dominant part of the profession Recommended by Barry Smith as a useful and clearly written study of the philosophical origins of Menger s theorizing in economics.This text is divided into a primary essay which addresses the subject matter indicated by the title, and an extensive bibliographical essay which is sure to inspire and assist further inquiry This short work is set in a large, easy to read typeface that makes it a particularly good selection for those whose eyesight that may not be what it once was Description taken from Mises

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  • This is a very interesting read, particularly with regard to Mises' de facto inheritance of Aristotelianism, and the relative unimportance of Kant's system in his theories. I would not have guessed this, particularly having read that Mises depends on the Kantian concept of the synthetic a priori; and on that note I'll be interested to compare Gordon's analysis with that of Hans Hermann-Hoppe in Economic Science and the Austrian Method, where in contrast to Gordon Hoppe discusses the importance o [...]


  • This is a great little read. Written in a lecture, oral, format it hits the main points, but breezes past the minutiae that could have been presented in this type of book. Short and to the point, the book gives a coherent presentation of the main philosophical themes influencing Austrian Economic Theory from some well know philosophers and from some that you have never heard of. With this book and some self-study you would find yourself with a great appreciation of not only economic development, [...]


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